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My very first email that i created in the late 2000's I completely forgot maybe earlier but i used this email until the early 2010's of course the password is something else.

I have tried contacting Microsoft to recovery my password and i did everything to no avail.

I will contact them again to try to RESET my password. Please help me!
 

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As you know we can't help with PW recovery, but if the computer(s) that used the Email is still around, you would be able to enter the site which I imagine is some type of MS mail since you contacted them.
 

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As you know we can't help with PW recovery, but if the computer(s) that used the Email is still around, you would be able to enter the site which I imagine is some type of MS mail since you contacted them.
Trying to find that old computers. WOW it's been a long time.

I remember there was an outlook??? app build in??? or was it outlook express? So long ago.
 

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So if you found the old computer can you open OE?
 

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usually if you do not access after a year, the account is deactivated. No way to get it back once it happens. Sounds like your account is lost forever if you cannot recover your password using the forgot password link.
 

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usually if you do not access after a year, the account is deactivated. No way to get it back once it happens. Sounds like your account is lost forever if you cannot recover your password using the forgot password link.
Can we do a recovery thingie? I know microsoft before had that. You just have to provide enough information but i forgot most of them.
 

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Even if there were, our members are not allowed to provide assistance with any deemed illegal activities, nor provide any user with information about the location of websites that assist with the same.
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